There is a lot of interesting architecture in L.A. but I liked the Getty Foundation for its unique situation. At last the sea ! I didn't show the sea before but here, far away, lined up with the shape of the building I thought it was an excellent introduction. The architect Richard Meier seems to have enjoyed the location. This elaborate construction was for me very difficult to photograph. Maybe too spectacular. Or maybe too comfortable visually to find enough energy for the camera. I felt very relaxed walking around the diverse building and to discover spectacular sceneries all around. On this picture I had the impression to be under a piano and as much as waited for some music, I could only hear a light wind. At that point precisely someone approached me to ask me what I thought of my digital Leica. I didn't know what to answer… I am so used to the machine that I don't even think about it.